Yes - but start with his earlier books in this series first
No- it seemed to drag a bit.
I prefer George Guidall over all other narrators.
This is not the first book in this series I have read. So I knew what to expect. I guessed the surprise ending.
Kept me listening
The rapid pace of the story
He's the best narrator you have - I can really "feel" the characters he narrates.
This was a really good medical thriller with characters you could relate ot.
Bland story - even blander narrators
The two narrators were so stiff and unemotional; I couldn't get past how bad they were to even determine if the story was worth listening to. After 10 minutes I gave up and deleted the book.
If this hadn't been a bargain book I would have asked for my money back - it was that bad.
I enjoyed learning much more about the history of Apple and computers. The marketing strategies was also enlightening.
The stories about his upbringing, family dynamics and incidents with his "friends".
His voice and intonation patterns continually annoyed me and often I had trouble concentrating on the story because of this narrator. I even considered stopping and getting the hard copy.
I was appalled at Jobs behavior and his treatment of his friends and employees. For someone who spent time at an ashram in India and purported to meditate - he was not caring or compassionate with others. This book certainly lowered my opinion of him.
I would have liked a bit more insight, editorializing about his poor behavior. But that is probably another book. Was he a spoiled child who carried his feeling of entitlement into his adulthood? Was he borderline Aspergers? I would like more insight into what drove this man and his demons.
I felt that this story was too long on details and character development not long enough on activities. I was shocked at the sudden ending; I felt cheated.
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